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Agio

 

a deviation toward a higher market price of gold than the quantity of paper money that nominally represents the given gold quantity.

Agio is usually computed as a percentage. Agio also means a deviation toward a higher market rate for paper money, promissory notes, and other securities than their face value. The deviation toward a lower rate is called disagio.

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Aggio were supported by doctoral fellowships from FAPESP (Grants #11/12847-2 and Grant # 10/ 08399-1, respectively).
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